I'll only post this if I think it makes sense. We have a 4x8 coop with a sloped roof, roughly 5ft down to 2ft. The window and door open on the 5ft roof side and the chicken door is on the 2ft side. The entire coop is elevated so that the girls have shade underneath it inside the run and we have easier access though we can't reach all the way across the coop. The roost is to the left of the door near the window. The food and water hang from the center 2x4. The only place to put the nest boxes is below the big door or along the wall between the big door and the chicken door. I bought two black milk crates for nests and am planning to set them on the floor. The chicken door faces west and we get some winds from that direction (especially colder ones, but not winter winds - those are from the north); I'm concerned that the chickens won't use the nest boxes if they feel 'breezy'. Should I put something along the side to block the breeze? The slope of the roof actually keeps out the rain (and we've had some serious storms where the silly birds would NOT go inside so the door was left open). Will the girls have enough 'privacy' to lay? Thank you for reading through. I'm trying hard not to make this more complicated than it needs to be. I'm sure that if I provide SOME kind of nest, they'll use it. Golf balls or fake eggs to let them know WHERE.